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[audio]Low Energy Space Flight -- Groks Science Show 2007-08-22 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling
Space travel has typically relied on conventional high energy routes, known as Hohmann Transfers, to transfer their payloads. However, low energy routes do exist, and are currently being explored. On this program, Dr. Ed Belbruno from NASA discussed low energy space flight.
Keywords: science; NASA; space flight; Hohmann; low energy
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[audio]Moon Expeditions -- Groks Science Show 2009-07-22 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling
The moon landings changed the course of history and affected many lives, especially the astronauts who served on those missions. On this program, Andrew Chaikin discussed Voices from the Moon.
Keywords: science; aeronautics; space exploration; moon landing; NASA
Downloads: 4,610
[audio]Apollo 15 -- Groks Science Show 2011-08-24 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling
The Apollo program is a landmark in the history of space exploration and perhaps the most successful mission of the series was Apollo 15. On this program, Ret. Col. Al Worden discussed the space program and Apollo 15.
Keywords: science; NASA; space program; Apollo 15; groks
Downloads: 2,848
[audio]Voyager -- Groks Science Show 2010-08-18 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling
The Voyager spacecraft have given us our best glimpse of the outer planets. But, how do these missions fit into a broader history of exploration? On this program, Prof. Stephen Pyne discussed the history of Voyager
Keywords: science; voyager; space exploration; nasa; discovery; planets; groks
Downloads: 3,460
[audio]Space Robots -- Groks Science Show 2013-11-06 - Joanna Rowell
Over the past 40 years, we’ve learned a great deal about the surface of Mars, the moons of Saturn, and the origins of our universe. On today’s show, Chris Impey, an astronomer from the University of Arizona and coauthor of Dreams of Other Worlds, joins us to discuss how unmanned space exploration has shaped our understanding of distant worlds. 
Keywords: space; robots; groks; science; astronomy; NASA; Chris Impey; Holly Henry; Voyager; Mars; Hubble
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